The Mitchell Baker Service Center held its annual dance for adults with developmentally, disabilities on Thursday night.
More than a decade ago, Camilla Chamber of Commerce has hosted the dance which turned out to be a big hit.
Chamber ambassadors raised money for the food and a disc jockey.
Food and dancing were two of the favorite things the clients enjoy the most.
"The center is near and dear to the heart of the community and to the Camilla Chamber. The chamber is proud to be able to do this," said Camilla Chamber Executive Director Jennifer Burnum.
Organizers said they are happy to put on the event and look forward to next years.
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